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Everyone is buzzing about episode 10 of Starz's Power, which aired on Sunday, Nov. 3. In the midseason finale, titled "No One Can Stop Me", Ghost (Omari Hardwick) is shot by an unknown assailant in his nightclub Truth.

Fans were left debating if Ghost is really dead and who shot him. Some even wondered if his shooting was a dream sequence.

There are seven likely suspects, with one of them firing the shot that sent Ghost tumbling off a balcony - to his untimely death?

Courtney Kemp, Power's creator and executive producer told TV Guide, "We set up very early there were only two ways this was going to play out.

According to TV Guide, in the final moments of the finale, Ghost tells Tariq to turn himself in for murder; pisses off Tasha (Naturi Naughton) again; humiliates Rashad Tate (Larenz Tate), and infuriates Saxe (Shane Johnson), Paz (Elizabeth Rodriguez), and of course Tommy (Joseph Sikora).

Any one of them could have pulled the trigger. The mystery of who shot Ghost will play out over the final five episodes of Power.
 

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Khloe made a guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday. She declined to discuss whether her half sister Kylie Jenner is pregnant by rapper Travis Scott.

Are you convinced that Khloe is really pregnant? Or is she pulling a Beyonce by wearing a prosthetic baby bump?

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Omari Hardwick

In episode 9 of Starz's hit drama TV series Power, Ghost (Omari Hardwick) visits Tariq and Raina’s school, where he’s the guest speaker at Career Day organized by his estranged wife Tasha (Naturi Naughton). Ghost got caught laying the pipe outside of his marriage, but he's not a licensed plumber. Tasha, who helps Ghost launder his drug money, is a strong woman, independent housewife who dreams of getting back together with her drug dealer husband. What's not to admire about her?

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Ghost ep 6

Recap by Vibe.com

Vibe.com -- Ghost and Tommy are back on the same side and now must devise a plan to kill their former boss and distributor Lobos, in Power, episode 6, “The Right Decision.” Tommy is still hurt after killing Holly, but gets his head back in the game to rid himself of the man at the root of his problems.

Back at the task force, Angela, Knox and Sandoval can see the finish line in the distance as they coordinate Lobos’ transfer. No one suspects Sandoval is the rat, and as the put their plan in place, Sandoval contacts his connect on the outside unaware Tommy and Ghost have crafted a plan of their own.

Ghost and Tommy put one bed to problem, only to realize they have another just around the corner.

Watch full video after the break.

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Omari Hardwick Hosts Power Screening

Actor Omari Hardwick, 2nd from left, attended the season premiere screening of his TV series Power at Atlantic Station in Atlanta on Thursday. Also attending the screening were local notables Tichina Arnold, far left, Monyetta Shaw, and others. Power stars Hardwick as James "Ghost" St. Patrick, a nightclub owner who doubles as a drug Lord.
Photos by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net

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Being Mary Jane

In last night's episode of BET's Being Mary Jane, news anchor Mary Jane Paul's old flame David Paulk (played by Stephen Bishop) comes back into her life. Love addict Mary Jane (played by Gabrielle Union) is struggling to break her addiction on Andre Daniels, a married man (played by Omari Hardwick).

But David (pictured above with Mary Jane) is contending with his own Love addiction battle. David needs to see Mary Jane one more time to get her out of his system and to kick his emotional dependency on her once and for all.

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Being Mary Jane

Last night's episode of BET's original scripted TV series Being Mary Jane starring Gabrielle Union set Twitter.com on fire. The pilot drew 4 million viewers last May, and the season re-launch has gained respectable numbers so far. Both male and female viewers are drawn to Union's strong portrayal of news anchor Mary Jane Paul, who seems to have it all. But she has flaws that the average viewer can relate to. Some critics voice their disappointment with Mary Jane's weakness for married men. They question why Mary Jane can't date single men like the sluts in TV's Sex And The City.

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